Arguments conclude. Judgement reserved.
Arguments made before the Bench. Posted on 11th October 2017.
Court believes that the State Governments and Union Territories need to be heard on the matter. Notices issued. Mr T. R. Andhyarujina to assist as amicus curiae.
Matter referred to a Constitutional Bench.
Mr Patwalia (ASG) submits that the issue of passive euthanasia and living wills is being considered. Matter posted on 20th July 2016.
Notice issued to the State Governments and Union Territories. Mr T. R. Andhyarujina to assist the Court in the matter as amicus curiae.
Arguments continue. Mr Siddharth Luthra (ASG), Mr V. A. Mohta, Mr Prashant Bhushan argue. Hearing concludes. Judgement reserved.
Listed on 11th February 2014
Arguments commence. Mr Prashant Bhushan begins, followed by Mr V. A. Mohta and the counsel for Delhi Medical Council, Mr Siddharth Luthra (ASG), respectively. Listed on 4th February, 2014.
Issue rule nisi.
Delhi Medical Council allowed to intervene and file an affidavit. Union of India to submit report and documents. Petitioner given time to respond.
Petition filed, praying adoption of procedures to execute and carry out living wills and attorney authorisation by persons of deteriorated health or who are terminally ill. Respondents issued notice.
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